Medibrex aims to deliver to the healthcare community products that enhance the quality of life and provide functional and financial value. We’ll provide more broad- based solutions that address causes, not just symptoms. Medibrex products will be in your neighborhood and all around the world. We will continue to provide the teetanium patients with the care they deserve regardless of how hard the industry challenges get. Medibrex team of experts follows up with clinicians who work on the front line to further understand the barriers they encounter and meet their needs with evidence-based solutions. To achieve the dual goals of enhanced outcomes with saved time and cost, we study the critical clinical issues in order to design and test practical and adequate solutions.
The Teetanium® Dental Implant System presents two implant body types. A cylindrical body shape named “Straight”, and a tapered body shape named “Conical”. Both are bone level implant that can be placed with one simple surgical kit. Teetanium® implants were subject to advanced researches by the Medibrex team of experts who deployed their expertise to optimize the fulfillment of the basic biological standards in implant dentistry.
Teetanium® implants biomechanical design helps to attain the most favorable prime stability with an impeccable safeguarding of the crestal bone and a preservation of neighboring soft tissues. Teetanium® implants are suitable for all surgical conditions. Although, they support general and particular aesthetic indications. The implant’s treated rough surface spreads to the bottom of the implant where the platform is switched inwards.
Our Teetanium® Surface
The Teetanium® integross® rough surface has a clinical proven success not only for an optimum osseointegration, but also the development of a biological sealing. The treatment of integross® starts with a blasting technique that generates a macro-roughness on the titanium surface to favor its osseointegration. This is followed by acid-etching that superposes a micro-roughness promoting cell differentiation and leading to augmented expression of osteoblasts.
The consequential structure constitutes the ultimate configuration for cell attachment and improved new bone formation. The exclusive modification of the surface is also a key aspect to optimal biological sealing and contributes to long-lasting implant fixation.